31016 review-needed-sweet-treats-home-chicago needed-sweet-treats-home-chicago http://www.familydonutshop.feedback/review-needed-sweet-treats-home-chicago 3189 8 8 8 0 0 0 I needed some sweet treats to take back home to Chicago. This shop has easy off/on access to I5 so our stop on the way to the airport was fast and easy. The parking lot had ample parking with easy access. The store is at the east end of the strip mall and could be missed. I was in and out of the store in under two minutes and that's a big plus in my book. The place is clean, has a small number of tables for those wishing to gobble down a fritter before heading home to share the wealth of treats, and there were plenty of employees at 7am on a Friday to help the number of commuting customers on the way to work. All pluses. My one and only issue is the lack of descriptions on all but the Maple Bacon Long John. As an out-of-towner I assumed some more popular varieties and was back out the door. Had there been names on each one I'm sure I'd have grabbed a few more to try back home or on the airplane but didn't want to chance something not turning out to be not what I expected. On my tight schedule and quick customer flow it just didn't make sense to start asking about the ten or so unusual looking donuts and wasting additional time. Otherwise a perfect experience and they were still super fresh and flavorful after a couple thousand miles and almost 12 hours of driving, flights, waiting, and more driving to get back home to Chicago. Good experience. <p>I needed some sweet treats to take back home to Chicago. This shop has easy off/on access to I5 so our stop on the way to the airport was fast and easy. The parking lot had ample parking with easy access. The store is at the east end of the strip mall and could be missed. I was in and out of the store in under two minutes and that&rsquo;s a big plus in my book. The place is clean, has a small number of tables for those wishing to gobble down a fritter before heading home to share the wealth of treats, and there were plenty of employees at 7am on a Friday to help the number of commuting customers on the way to work. All pluses. My one and only issue is the lack of descriptions on all but the Maple Bacon Long John. As an out-of-towner I assumed some more popular varieties and was back out the door. Had there been names on each one I&rsquo;m sure I&rsquo;d have grabbed a few more to try back home or on the airplane but didn&rsquo;t want to chance something not turning out to be not what I expected. On my tight schedule and quick customer flow it just didn&rsquo;t make sense to start asking about the ten or so unusual looking donuts and wasting additional time. Otherwise a perfect experience and they were still super fresh and flavorful after a couple thousand miles and almost 12 hours of driving, flights, waiting, and more driving to get back home to Chicago. Good experience.</p> 2016-09-07T17:10+0000 [{"url":"https://s3-us-west-2.amazonaws.com/dotfeedback-images/99186463-9b34-4d05-8146-ef96f20be50b","uri":"/review-needed-sweet-treats-home-chicago/attachments/60436","mediaType":"image/jpeg","id":"60436"},{"url":"https://s3-us-west-2.amazonaws.com/dotfeedback-images/2348e37b-fedf-4acb-bfa4-769b00335f0d","uri":"/review-needed-sweet-treats-home-chicago/attachments/60437","mediaType":"image/jpeg","id":"60437"}]

I needed some sweet treats to take back home to Chicago. This shop has easy off/on access to I5 so our stop on the way to the airport was fast and easy. The parking lot had ample parking with easy access. The store is at the east end of the strip mall and could be missed. I was in and out of the store in under two minutes and that’s a big plus in my book. The place is clean, has a small number of tables for those wishing to gobble down a fritter before heading home to share the wealth of treats, and there were plenty of employees at 7am on a Friday to help the number of commuting customers on the way to work. All pluses. My one and only issue is the lack of descriptions on all but the Maple Bacon Long John. As an out-of-towner I assumed some more popular varieties and was back out the door. Had there been names on each one I’m sure I’d have grabbed a few more to try back home or on the airplane but didn’t want to chance something not turning out to be not what I expected. On my tight schedule and quick customer flow it just didn’t make sense to start asking about the ten or so unusual looking donuts and wasting additional time. Otherwise a perfect experience and they were still super fresh and flavorful after a couple thousand miles and almost 12 hours of driving, flights, waiting, and more driving to get back home to Chicago. Good experience.